This necklace gleams with a subtle golden glow that's perfect for the summertime. The piece has been delicately upcycled keeping with its Victorian background (circa. 1837-1901). Previously, this piece was know as a jabot pin. Jabot pins were used in men's clothing to secure ruffled or lace pieces on the front of their shirts. Jabot pins were later re-popularized in the 1920's for their art deco aesthetic. Here, the jabot pin has been turned into a beautiful necklace, both delicate and hard, depicting a sword-like shape and sheath. Everything is colored in a luminous rose gold. The chain is 14K Gold (marked). The pin section is decorated with small seed pearls and one single cut diamond measuring slightly smaller than a millimeter in diameter. All together this necklace hangs to about mid-chest, weighs 5.3g and is a beautiful and unique rose gold look to add to any outfit.